moveAddict Merges Folders

In Mac OS X, the Finder lacks the ability to move files from one location to another via the keyboard, and sometimes drag-and-drop can get tiresome.

With the $4.99 moveAddict utility from Kapeli this process is possible, at least in Mac OS X 10.6 (Snow Leopard). When you cut a file from its original Finder location, nothing actually happens until you paste that file: If you never paste it elsewhere, nothing changes and nothing is lost. Both cutting and pasting files are done using familiar keyboard shortcuts for cut and paste, or you can create new ones. But the best part of moveAddict is the ability to merge folders. If you have copied a folder, you have the choice of replacing another folder, or merging the two folders’ contents into one folder. That ability alone makes the low price a great deal.